She’s living the suite life.
Inayah McMillan, 21, from St. Louis, claims she made $3 million in just six months — after dropping out of college.
YouTube video from January titled “How I Made $3 Million in 6 Months as a 20-Year-Old Female Entrepreneur,” McMillan shares how she managed to earn the big bucks at such a young age.
“I started off by renting. I actually didn’t own any properties. I now have that I rent,”
the Missourian divulged after revealing that she previously tried eCommerce, drop shipping, and stock trading.
“From that, I learned how to do rental arbitrage, and at first I didn’t really understand it fully. But I was learning as I went, and I kind of went through the mistakes, the learning curves. I figured out what worked and what didn’t work.”
McMillan continued: “Then everyone started seeing this 20-year-old girl is making five figures a month, making $40,000, $50,000, $60,000 a month from Airbnb.”
Her success sparked another money-making idea: A coaching business to help others follow in her footsteps.
McMillan recruited her partner, Bryson, to launch the new venture.
“We made up to $60,000 in a month from Airbnb, and then we started getting students who were also getting results. So we started an entire coaching program. I was actually able to hire a lot of my family to work with me to keep scaling this coaching business,” she divulged.
The duo allegedly made their first million from the business in October, and McMillan says it’s continued to be profitable.
McMillan’s YouTube channel bio touts her as a “6-figure Airbnb host and 7-figure entrepreneur.”
“June of 2022, I made $100,000, that was my first six-figure month,” she said in her video.
She further claimed that she and Bryson manifested how much they would make in October and November.
They set their goal at $1 million per month, which McMillan insists they achieved.
“In November, we made $1 million. Finishing up the end of the year, we generated over $3 million from our Airbnbs and also from our coaching,” she explained.
“The intentional actions, the positive mindset, and actually living in what you say you’re going to do — that’s how we made $3 million.”
The Post has contacted McMillan for comment.
The self-proclaimed millionaire says she did not come from money, but got a taste of the luxe life when she scored an interview with a “very high-profile family” to be a nanny.
She reported landing the gig at the end of her first year of college, crediting her “billionaire” boss for showing her “the lifestyle I want.”
“I decided right then and there, I said, ‘I’m going to be done with school, I’m ,’” she recalled.
McMillan said she instead educated herself by reading books, watching YouTube videos, and teaching herself new skills.